A very important step to remember is to email coaches with your upcoming schedule. Heading into the spring and summer months is a great time to get this done. Coaches have no way of knowing where you will be playing unless you tell them. So if you want them to come out and watch make sure you let them know where you are going to be. Don’t wait until the end of summer to send them your results, make the opportunity available for them to come out and watch you play.

For 2020 recruits, coaches are able to reply to your emails so it’s a great idea to ask them where they plan to be this summer or if they plan to recruit at any specific tournaments. This way you can try to play in tournaments that you know they plan to attend so you have a higher chance of them seeing you play. If you are a sophomore or younger you don’t want to ask questions in your emails because coaches can’t reply. Just send them your schedule through email and include your swing coaches contact info. If you are able to have a conversation over the phone ask them where they plan to recruit this spring and summer.

Brandi Jackson

RecruitPKB College Consultant

If you need assistance with the college recruiting process, please contact Brandi at bjackson@pkbgt.org